1.969 Inch | 50 Millimeter x 3.543 Inch | 90 Millimeter x 0.787 Inch | 20 Millimeter SKF 7210 ACDGA/VQ126 Angular Contact Ball Bearings

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Brand Name:SKF
Model Number:7210 ACDGA/VQ126
B:14 mm
Width (mm):14
Size (mm):1.969 Inch | 50 Millimeter x 3.543 Inch | 90 Millimeter x 0.787 Inch | 20 Millimeter
Outer Diameter (mm):62
Bearing number:NU1007
Brand:CX
Basic dynamic load rating (C):22,6 kN
Basic static load rating (C0):23,2 kN
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Product Details

B14 mm
Width (mm)14
Size (mm)1.969 Inch | 50 Millimeter x 3.543 Inch | 90 Millimeter x 0.787 Inch | 20 Millimeter
Outer Diameter (mm)62
Bearing numberNU1007
BrandCX
Basic dynamic load rating (C)22,6 kN
Basic static load rating (C0)23,2 kN
Bore Diameter (mm)35
Weight0,182 Kg
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